New JDCD member
Motorola-Led Threat Intelligence Group Joins CISA Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative now includes the Public Safety Threat Alliance, an information sharing and analysis organization established by Motorola Solutions.
Recognized by CISA, the PSTA reports on ransomware attacks and other malicious activities that affect public safety and critical systems. The alliance consists of public safety entities such as the Arkansas Department of Public Safety, the Michigan Public Safety Communications System and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management.
The JCDC is a public-private consortium meant to coordinate threat defense, detection and response efforts by government and commercial organizations across the U.S., Motorola said Wednesday.
Other federal agencies involved with the JCDC are the National Security Agency, the Department of Defense and the Department of Justice. Early private-sector members include Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google and Oracle.
Recent additions to the group include SentinelOne, which will offer its autonomous cybersecurity platform to support cyber risk information sharing, analysis, mission planning and guidance formation. The company also plans to field an internal research team to conduct threat intelligence gathering and processing efforts.
NTT also announced its entry into the JCDC in January, with CEO Akira Shimada pledging to provide security expertise and resources to expedite incident responses and defend critical infrastructure.
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